Vian Borchert has been invited for a solo exhibition for the month of February 2021 by the prestigious “NYC Phoenix Art Gallery” founded in Manhattan in 1958 during the “Tenth Street” days, early gallery exhibitors are renowned artists like Elaine de Kooning and Alice Neel.
I am an expressionist artist, I consider all my work to be visual poems. For me nature is very important and plays a very essential role in my life. Thus, I am a nature lover – mother nature is my sanctuary and my ultimate solace. I am an avid nature observer where contemplating upon nature helps me reach inner peace and attain moments of zen. My artwork albeit abstract in nature offers symbolism referencing the status of a mysterious future and how life is such a precious commodity. My artwork also showcases a sense of identity of who I am as an artist: my hopes, my aspiration and my dreams. Consequently, the work becomes a bridge of reflection and connection to the past, present along with a sense of wonder to what the future holds.
Vian Borchert is an award-winning contemporary expressionist artist. V. Borchert has exhibited in many group and solo exhibitions within the USA and internationally. The National Gallery of Art in Amman, Jordan has her artwork in their permanent collection. Vian is a “Notable Alumni” from the Corcoran College of Art and Design George Washington University, Washington, DC. Vian considers her expressionistic art as visual poems. Borchert exhibits in noted galleries in major world cities such as NYC, LA, and the DC area. Borchert’s art has been featured in numerous press such as The Washington Post, 300 Magazine, Metro Weekly magazine, Art Plugged, The Huffington Post and others. Vian is an art educator teaching fine art classes in the Washington DC metropolitan area.